Podcasts

John McDonald

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Saturday, December 7, 201312/07/2013

12-7 Matt Huynh

John talks with the Assistant Conductor and Community Liaison for the Portland Symphony Orchestra, Norman Huynh (pronounced “When”) about Portland’s annual show, Magic of Christmas at the Merrill Auditorium.

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Sunday, December 1, 201312/01/2013

12/1 Abdel aziz Alcharawee

John talks with Abdel aziz Alcharawee, an Egyptian student who attends college in Manchester, NH, about life in America vs. Egypt, politics, and other topics.

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Saturday, November 30, 201311/30/2013

11/30 Rep. Scott Hamann

Listen to the Democratic Response to the Governor’s Address every Saturday Morning. This week Rep. Scott Hamann message looks at improving economic fairness for hardworking Mainers.

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Saturday, November 30, 201311/30/2013

11/30 Governor Paul LePage

Hear The Governor’s Weekly Radio Address every Saturday morning on WGAN. This week Governor Paul LePage delivers a Thanksgiving Message.

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Saturday, November 23, 201311/23/2013

11-23 Dave Hench

John talks with Maine Sunday Telegram reporter Dave Hench about his upcoming article on the homicide that took place at Brown’s Bee farm in North Yarmouth in October. Dave explores the loss of a loved one and how a tragic situation like this can occur.

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Saturday, November 23, 201311/23/2013

11/23 Susan Saulny

John talks with ABC News Correspondent Susan Saulny about the problems with Obamacare and how the White House is pushing next year’s open enrollment period past the Midterm Elections with hopes of avoiding another damaging spectacle.

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Saturday, November 23, 201311/23/2013

11-23 Governor Paul LePage

Listen here for Governor Paul LePage’s Weekly Radio Address, this week he takes stalk on his administrations accomplishments.

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Saturday, November 16, 201311/16/2013

11-16 Kelly Bouchard

John speaks with Portland Press Herald writer Kelley Bouchard, who has written a piece on the 50th anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Her piece collects memories of that day from prominent Mainers (including Governor LePage).

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Saturday, November 16, 201311/16/2013

11-16 Jay Piscopo

John talks with Jay Piscopo, the author and illustrator of The Undersea Adventures of Capt’n Eli graphic novel series, now sold at Hannaford. Jay will be holding a cartooning workshop at the Portland Public Library in the Kids section. Hear how he got started and how you can join in the fun!

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Sunday, November 3, 201311/03/2013

11-3 Shawn Moody

John talks with Shawn Moody, the owner of Moody’s Collision Center, a local business owner who also helped start the D.A.R.E program in Gorham in 94′ about his perspective on Portland’s referendum to legalize marijuana.

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Maine Candidates Spar Over Potential Debates

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As debate season looms, the candidates vying for Maine governor and 2nd Congressional District are squabbling over who should be included.

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Senate President’s PAC Fined For Finance Violation

GENERIC COUNTERFEIT MONEY

The Maine Senate President's leadership political action committee will pay a $1,500 fine for a campaign finance violation.

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Maine Senate Confirms LePage Judicial Nominees

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The Maine Senate has unanimously confirmed Republican Gov. Paul LePage's judicial nominees.

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Drunken Driving Crackdown Among New Maine Laws

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A new Maine law that aims to crack down on people with multiple drunken driving violations is among several that will soon kick in following the Democratic-led Legislature's short, combative session.

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Auto Dealer Banned From Doing Business In Maine

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The Maine attorney general's office has taken action to ban a used car dealership owner from doing business in the state for seven years after accusing him of unfair and deceptive trade practices.